• Radio Latinas Profesionales en Blog Talk Radio

    in Entrepreneur

    Dra. Carmen Delia Ortiz y Blanca Cecilia Carrero presentan la vision y mision de www.latinasprofesionales.com

  • 00:28

    Wine, Women, and Shoes with the Ronald McDonald House's Bill Sorochak

    in Business

    The Savannah Ronald McDonald House is a home away from home for families with children fighting illnesses in Savannah-area hospitals. The home gives these families everything they need so they can focus on getting better and every year, the Ronald McDonald House holds events to make this possible.

    Executive Director, Bill Sorochak, talks with Open for Business® about what it takes to help these families, and the upcoming events, including the popular Wine, Women, and Shoes. 



  • 00:31

    La Navidad como herramienta de Supervivencia

    in Social Networking

    Programa especial de Navidad para las mamas superheroes que superviven condiciones de salud que les ha cambiado el rumbo de su vida.  Dialogamos con  Lic. Leila Herrera Padron y Blanca Cecilia Carrero, expertas en desarrollo humano y la salud integral.  La Dra. Carmen Delia Ortiz y Felica de Marin participan  en este conversatorio donde presentamos tips para vivir en paz y alegria durante esta Navidad.

  • 01:00

    I'm On A Seafood Diet Every Time I See Food , I Eat It

    in Food

    Welcome to Flavor Living Radio.. On the show this week Chocolate+Seafood=Scoff and Quaff.                             The sponsors of this week’s show are Godmersham Game Elm Court Farmers Market, Cripps Law.The show was presented by Jules Serkin  & Dr John Sykes. The guests this week were Debbie Carter Linton Chocolates who brought a lovely selection of her chocolates for us to taste. Followed by Steve the fish  who brought with him a selection of battered whiting, & gravlax with dips from

    Music this week: Cecilia – Simon & Carfunkel, So you win again – Hot Chocolate

  • 00:35

    Mr Brett A. Scudder interviews humanitarians Ms Cecilia Dowd Mr Keith Orpheus

    in Lifestyle

    Join Mr. Brett A. Scudder for a special featured interview of Ms. Cecilia Dowd and Mr. Keith Orpheus to talk about a special Humanitarian effort they are doing in Haiti with a family of 100 children. The project is called, The Foyer: A Story of Hope in Haiti.

    Join us to listen and learn more about this powerful humane story that will touch your heart and mind. Learn how to help and support them in their efforts to help more families.

    Please share with your networks.

    One Love.


  • 01:55

    Re Broadcast with guest BowLegged Lou

    in Radio

    BowLegged Lou of the legendary group Full Force joined EduBB and Cecilia for a fun interview and new music.

  • 00:05

    Family Business Radio Talk

    in Entrepreneur

    10 am Pacific, "Family Business Radio Talk," host Cecilia Stone

    The "family business" is an idea whose time has come (back)! Join Cecilia Stone every Thursday to talk about the joys and challenges of having a family business. 

  • 01:19


    in Entertainment

    Travel with The Halli Casser-Jayne Show, Wednesday, October 29, 3 pm ET when Halli takes you on a tour of Cuba. Joining Halli at her table are photography collector Ramiro A. Fernandez; Cuban immigrant Cecilia M. Fernandez; food blogger and author Ana Sophia Pelaez; writer, photographer, dissident and author Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo; and Caribbean design expert and historian and author Michael Connors.

    Ramiro A. Fernandez’s CUBA THEN: RARE AND CLASSIC IMAGES FROM THE RAMIRO A. FERNANDEZ COLLECTION offers a celebration of the intensely colorful culture that was the pre-Castro Cuba,  a dynamic collage of images, experiences and memories that presents the glamour and the grit of the island’s tumultuous history.

    Cecilia M. Fernandez tells the story of growing up a Cuban refugee in her heart wrenching memoir LEAVING LITTLE HAVANA: A MEMOIR OF MIAMI’S CUBAN GHETTO.

    Ana Sophia Pelaez was raised in Miami and transplanted to New York. Her blog Hungry Sophia catapulted her to culinary fame. With photographer Ellen Silverman, her new book THE CUBAN TABLE is a visual as well a gastronomic pleasure.

    Orlando Luis Pardo Lazo was born and raised under the thumb of the Castro Regime in Havana, Cuba. After obtaining a degree in biochemistry, he began to voice his differences with the government founding VOCES, a dissident e-magazine. He won awards for his book BORING HOME, banned in Cuba. He currently is a Visiting Fellow at the International Writers Project, Department of Literary Arts, Brown University. He is the editor of CUBA IN SPLINTERS, ELEVEN STORIES FROM THE NEW CUBA and the photographer of AVANDONED HAVANA.

    Caribbean design expert and historian Michael Connors takes readers on an unprecedented tour of some of the most architecturally significant private homes and buildings that remain in Cuba in his new book HAVANA MODERN: 20TH CENTURY ARCHITECTURE AND INTERIORS.


  • 03:02

    Callywood Live with CeCe Peniston, Sensere, Roy Belfrey & Urban Wolf Symphony

    in Entertainment

    CeCe Peniston was born Cecilia Veronica Peniston on September 8,1969. Her storybook beginning is magical in that CeCe Peniston spent most of her formative years in Phoenix, Arizona and got her first start singing before her congregation in church. She performed in plays and musicals and participated in talent shows while learning to play the piano. The real testament of her talent was in 1987 when Peniston, still a high school student, landed a part in a local production of Bubbling Brown Sugar. From their, she would earn her diploma and continue on to the University of Phoenix to study Liberal Arts. 

    Neo-soul/gospel/group SENSERE, groomed and promoted by former Sony VP, Eddie Pugh. This group is based in South Florida, and would be awesome for an inspirational show looking to pair non-traditional, but uplifting  fare -- in that Earth Wind & Fire way. With a touch of hip-hop, jazz and neo- soul, SENSERE looks and performs like The Roots (dapper & funky) with a horn section like EWF and the lyrical spirit of Mary Mary! 

    Hailing from Minneapolis, Minnesota, Roy Belfrey is a business mogul turned moviemaker. Roy participates in multiple facets of the entertainment industry, as he owns and operates MN FINEST Records, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group. "Matthew 18" is Roy Belfrey’s first feature film, which he wrote, directed and self-produced.

    An eclectic jazz collective blazing out of Hillside, New Jersey, Urban Wolf Symphony breaks barriers, creating and performing music that both defies categorization and comparisons, yet feels familiar and welcome to the music lover's ear.  This cutting edge jazz/fusion collaboration also features a deejay, for that extra aural touch.  They're not just “outside the box” – they fashioned a new one.




  • 01:39

    Getting to Know Your Local Nonprofits (2014 Scioto Gives Edition - part 2)

    in Education

    Scioto Foundation will be giving away $25,000 in match money to some of your favorite charities! Every dollar you donate through the SciotoGives.org website or drop off at our office on Thursday, Oct. 23rd from 8am to 8pm will be matched. Matching amount will be determined after all donations are received.

    In this episode we will be featuring the  Southern Ohio Performing Arts Association (SOPAA), The Counseling Center, inc. (TCC) and Portsmouth Area Beautification Society.

    Guests: Bob Mascari, member of the Southern Ohio Peforming Arts Association; Gina Collinsworth, Director Community Relations and Development, The Counseling Center, inc. and Cecilia Morris, member of the Portsmouth Area Beautification Society.




  • 01:03

    Forum to discuss "The Latino Political House is Divided

    in Business

    Leaders of La Coordinadora 2014 (The National Coordinating Committee for Fair and Humane Immigration Reform) claim that the Latino electorate is divided due to the Democratic Party's desperate gamble to protect control of the Senate, and pressured Obama’s delay of his promised “executive action on immigrants by the end of summer”.
    In a controversial declaration published on September 23, 2014 by the National Institute for Latino Policy, they declare on behalf of La Coordinadora 2014, that: 
    “Dolores Huerta is only the latest to try and pull Obama's chestnuts out of the fire with her recent quote from a VOXXI.com interview (http://voxxi.com/2014/09/24/latino-leaders-wrong-obama-immigration/ ]http://voxxi.com/2014/09/24/latino-leaders-wrong-obama-immigration/), "We have to look at the big picture and don't get caught up in saying we want it now." "...we are a community that can wait."  And, "we have to have faith in our president..."  How ironic that she expresses no anger at the 70,000 to 100,000 more deportations Obama's delay will provoke.  Multi-millionaire Henry Cisneros, former Secretary of HUD under President Clinton, has repeatedly railed against immigrant advocates for demanding of the president "not one more deportation."  Disgraced and separated vice president of the Service Employees International Union, Eliseo Medina, has probably been the most protective of Obama at every turn.  And, Cecilia Muñoz, Director of Domestic Policy Council, and Assistant to President Obama, has been the White House's pit-bull in silencing critics of the deportation machine.”  

    TProfessor Armando Vazquez-Ramos at 562-972-0986 or armando.vazquez-ramos@csulb.edu  for any additional questions or comments.

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